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Clinton Reportedly Paid State Dept Staffer to Run Her Server

According to the State Department, Bryan Paglaino never disclosed he had a source of outside income.

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Boy suffers brain damage after termite fumigation

A 10-year-old boy is suffering from brain damage after a botched fumigation of his family's Florida home, according to a family attorney. CNN's Sara Ganim reports.

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Armed Police Remove Migrants From Train in Hungary

A train full of migrants en route to Austria was met by armed police who forced them off in the town of Bicske, Hungary on Thursday. Mark Kelly reports. Image: Getty

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New England's ports, long past prime, seek to stage comeback

New England's ports, long past their prime, seek comeback with niches in global trade

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Toll from Yemen rebel attack rises, 10 Saudi troops killed

Death toll from rebel attack in Yemen's Marib province rises after Saudi says 10 troops killed

Fishing in New Bedford: 3 centuries and still going strong

Herring, halibut and hard work: 3 centuries of fishing in the storied port of New Bedford

Off-duty officer and 2 civilians risk lives to save man from burning truck * NO FEE

An off-duty police officer and two civilians are local heroes after they save a man trapped inside a burning truck that was stuck on a railroad track . Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

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What to watch for in the Republican 2016 race this fall

What to watch for this fall in the race for the Republican presidential nomination

Four Vehicles Hit By Gunfire On Arizona Highway

Four vehicles have been hit by gunfire along a Phoenix highway. Arizona authorities are investigating.

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Tourism, businesses find uneasy balance at New England ports

Tourism, marine businesses strike uneasy balance as New England's ports re-create themselves

"Star Wars" toys get marathon roll-out in Disney merchandising push

"Star Wars" producers announce a marathon, worldwide roll-out of toys for "The Force Awakens". Jane Ross reports.

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New England port lore: Whaling, pizza and a perfect storm

From the Amistad to Mystic Pizza to a perfect storm, no shortage of lore in New England ports

China Will Build A Memorial For Tianjin Explosion Victims

The death toll in China's massive Tianjin explosion has risen to 161 with 12 still missing. A monument is reportedly being planned for the site.

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Federal agents raid Goodwill in Memphis

The federal program, Ability One, that helps disabled people in job placement is being investigated as a possible nationwide corruption scheme . CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

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Clinton Reportedly Paid State Dept Staffer To Run Her Server

According to the State Department, Bryan Paglaino never disclosed he had a source of outside income.

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Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MIT

Toyota pouring $50 million into Stanford, MIT research centers to help automate driving

'Hungary March' Outcry Forces Neighboring Nations to Act

After thousands of refugees marched through Hungary, neighboring nations — Germany and Austria — have opened their previously closed borders.

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Trump not the first to be stumped on foreign policy

Donald Trump isn't the first presidential hopeful to stumble on foreign policy on the campaign train. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.

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Migrant Crisis: The Schengen Agreement Explained

The Schengen Agreement, an arrangement that allows the free movement of European citizens between 26 countries across the continent, is under threat. The Wall Street Journal's George Downs explains why.

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Funeral slated for slain Houston-area sheriff's deputy

Funeral slated for Houston-area sheriff's deputy gunned down at gas station a week ago

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Rwanda names 24 baby mountain gorillas in annual tradition

Rwanda gives names to 24 baby mountain gorillas to promote conservation, draw tourists

Black couple uses housing law to sue over slurs, threats

Nightmare next door: Black couple uses fair housing law to sue city, white neighbor over slurs

Boeing's invisible laser shoots down drones

Boeing's got an incredible looking brand new laser that can invisibly and silently shoot down drones by lighting them on fire. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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What to watch for in the Democratic 2016 race this fall

What to watch for this fall in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination

With Clerk In Jail, Ky. County Issues Gay Marriage Licenses

James Yates and William Smith, Jr. are the first to be issued a same-sex marriage license after a county clerk was jailed for refusing to issue them.

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